Tag Archives: Eddie Fullerton

Operation Kenova, Stakeknife and collusion.

The excellent “Phoenix” magazine has an article on page 6. WHO WIELDED THE STAKEKNIFE? Are the “security forces” trying to obfuscate by using Francisco Notarantonio’s murder to deflect from the role played by agent Freddie Scappaticci? The article mentions the … Continue reading

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Operation Kenova, Ian Hurst update.

How better to dispel the gloom of a Bolton winter than some French sunshine, at least that is what Ian Hurst (alias Martin Ingram and “Capt James Rennie of SAS”) opted for. Hurst made out like a bandit, by flogging … Continue reading

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Offensive material – Goggzilla defeats Special Branch.

The immaculate shabby Black Hyundai swept into the supermarket car park at exactly 13.30. Det Con McRedacted emerged. He is seriously bald. He asks if Goggzilla has written any offensive material. GO – Where? Plod – We can’t say. GO … Continue reading

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X marks the spot – Charlie Flanagan

Plus Willie Frazer, with some Kevin Fulton and Ana Kriegel. The ever excellent “Phoenix” column “Hush Hush” alludes to the Irish government’s sadness at the demise of Willie Frazer. Thing is, the Garda Siochana/Geisha Sayonara colluded with Frazer in the … Continue reading

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R v Jackson & Olding.

I will swerve today, from the usual fare of examining the Daniel Morgan murder cover up, as there is to be a break in the log jam soon. Now the focus turns to Northern Ireland and the false rape claim … Continue reading

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Death in Belfast – the Scappaticci myth.

The excellent “Hush Hush” on page 7 of the latest edition of the “Phoenix” magazine has nailed it, concerning the fog surrounding the murder of Francis Notarantonio, plus related matters. Much hinges of the date that Freddie Scappaticci was stood … Continue reading

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